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Created at August 07, 2020

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Day Trips

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Blue Mountain Resort
Blue Mountain Resort
4.9
(18)
190 Gord Canning Dr, The Blue Mountains
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Must visit for people who love natural and adventure activities. Countryside place with abundance of greenery and verities of ancient rocks. Spare two day for a place because you need lot of energy to explore this place.
Algonquin Provincial Park
Algonquin Provincial Park
4.9
(17)
Ontario 60, Ontario K0J 2M0
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Best place to experience fall colours in Canada https://youtu.be/E3AsgGlzJsI
African Lion Safari
African Lion Safari
4.9
(16)
1386 Cooper Rd, Cambridge
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Amazing experience!
Niagara-on-the-Lake
Niagara-on-the-Lake
4.9
(14)
Niagara-on-the-Lake, ON
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K
Niagara-on-the-Lake is a full-on tourist town, with horse-drawn carriage rides, souvenir and tourist shops, and a beautiful decked-out main street, always decorated in season.
Niagara Day Tour
Niagara Day Tour
4.9
(12)
149 Highbourne Rd, Toronto
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S
Ed was fantastic. He was extremely knowledgeable about all things Niagara and Canada as a whole. Great sense of humour too! He was on time, very easy going and made the trip a lot of fun. It felt like a day out with an old friend!Loved the tour and would definitely book again. See you again soon!
Canada's Wonderland
Canada's Wonderland
4.8
(6)
1 Canada's Wonderland Drive, Vaughan
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K
Splash Works is the place to be on hot days, with water rides, a lazy river, and the largest outdoor wave pool in Canada.
Ferris Provincial Park
Ferris Provincial Park
4.8
(5)
474 County Rd 8, Campbellford
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S
Along the trail, spot the wildflowers in bloom, and no matter what season you’re visiting you’ll be treated to nature’s finest offerings.
Cobourg Beach
Cobourg Beach
4.8
(5)
138 Division St, Cobourg
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S
Cobourg is a fairly popular place to visit among locals, especially on the weekends, but that doesn’t detract from its chilled vibes and gorgeous water. The best months to visit are July and August because of the weather, but if you’re up for a bracing dip you can certainly visit outside of the peak summer months.
Albion Falls
Albion Falls
4.8
(5)
885 Mountain Brow Blvd, Hamilton
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Awesome View and good place to hike
Toronto Zoo
Toronto Zoo
4.8
(5)
2000 Meadowvale Rd, Toronto
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Good place for kid
Burlington Beach
Burlington Beach
4.8
(5)
Burlington Beach, Burlington
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Good place to walk round near Lake Ontario
Kitsilano Beach
Kitsilano Beach
4.8
(5)
Kitsilano Beach, Vancouver
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Great to spent evening with friends by the beach or just a walk/cycle.
Muskoka Steamships
Muskoka Steamships
4.8
(4)
185 Cherokee Ln, Gravenhurst
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K
Gravenhurst is a typical Ontario town, with shops and restaurants lining the old main street. The waterfront area offers lake-view dining along the harbor front.
St. Jacobs Farmers' Market & Flea Market
St. Jacobs Farmers' Market & Flea Market
4.8
(4)
878 Weber St N, Woolwich
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K
The most famous attraction here is the year-round farmers' market, where local farmers come to sell their goods.
Dundas Peak
Dundas Peak
4.8
(4)
Harvest Rd, Dundas
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S
If you’re around in autumn you’ll catch the foliage turning golden; a stunning sight from the top of the rocks, where you’ll see a multi-coloured carpet spread out below you. You can also spot some postcard-worthy towns from your lofty vantage point.
Mont-Tremblant
Mont-Tremblant
4.8
(4)
Mont-Tremblant, QC
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G
The charmingly quaint village was actually designed to look like a Swiss alpine town and it matches its mountain settings perfectly. You’ll have no trouble finding something exhilarating to do even if you’re not a skier, from paddle boarding to mountain biking or swimming.
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
Capilano Suspension Bridge Park
4.8
(4)
3735 Capilano Rd, North Vancouver
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Suspended bridge and tree walk
Tobermory
Tobermory
4.8
(4)
Tobermory, ON
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Everything is good about this place, specially ten tacos place.
Holiday Valley Resort
Holiday Valley Resort
4.7
(3)
6557 Holiday Valley Rd, Ellicottville
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K
Located just under three hours from Toronto the mountain offers a great selection of trails for skiers and snowboarders, kept white and soft by the most advanced snowmaking equipment, and high-speed lifts to scoot you back to the top.
Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area (Reservations Required)
Rattlesnake Point Conservation Area (Reservations Required)
4.7
(3)
7200 Appleby Line, Milton
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S
Whether you’re a beginner or a seasoned climber, there are some great options here for enthusiasts. Spend a few hours out on the rocks testing your strength. When you get tired you can stretch out your muscles by wandering round the well-trodden hiking trails of the park. This spot can get a bit crowded due to its ideal location for Toronto-dwellers, but it’s still well worth the visit, and a different way to spend the day.
Calvaire d'Oka
Calvaire d'Oka
4.7
(3)
Oka, QC J0N 1E0
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G
If you want to cool off after the hike, then make your way down to the lake where you can enjoy every kind of water sport imaginable, from stand-up paddle boarding to pedal boats and kayaking.
Ottawa
Ottawa
4.7
(3)
Ottawa, ON
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G
Home of the governmental heartland, Ottawa’s Parliament Hill is an architectural marvel and well worth a visit. The city also has a blooming outdoor events culture, with festivals, concerts and markets occurring regularly throughout the year.
Quebec City
Quebec City
4.7
(3)
Quebec City, QC
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G
Famously one of the oldest settlements built by European colonists in the whole of North America, the history here is apparent in the traditional architecture, whilst the museums hold enough knowledge to keep you fascinated for days. The Vieux-Quebec District still exhibits the walls that surrounded the original fortress and offers one of the prettiest skylines in the city.
Banff
Banff
4.7
(3)
Banff, AB
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S
Calgary is blessed to have a National Park in its backyard, which has a place in the travel bucket list of almost every world leisure traveler. To see the National Park from Calgary on a day trip, split the entire park into 6 or more trips. It is better not to attempt Banff National Park portion of Icefields Parkway as day trip unless you want to spend 5 hours or more on the road(roundtrip).
Whistler
Whistler
4.7
(3)
Whistler, BC V8E
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Scenic drive on the Sea to Sky highway. Great place for a day trip.
Jericho Beach Park
Jericho Beach Park
4.7
(3)
3941 Point Grey Rd, Vancouver
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One of the good kits beaches.
Lake Huron
Lake Huron
4.7
(3)
Lake Huron
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Goderich is beautiful place to visit.
Rockwood
Rockwood
4.7
(3)
Rockwood, ON N0B
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Beautiful trails, small Sandy beach, camping areas and an amazing place for padding
Lighthouse Park | West Vancouver
Lighthouse Park | West Vancouver
4.7
(3)
4902 Beacon Ln, West Vancouver
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Beautiful place and hidden trails. Be ready to walk and treak. If u wanna spent an hour or 4 do carry tea/ cofee or something cold and little snaks. Sunsets 🌇 are georgious. Enjoy
Assiniboine Park Zoo
Assiniboine Park Zoo
4.7
(3)
2595 Roblin Blvd, Winnipeg
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Zoo
FortWhyte Alive
FortWhyte Alive
4.7
(3)
1961 McCreary Rd, Winnipeg
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K
Beautiful place where you can spend all day walking around with wildlife from bisons geese ducks and countless small bitds. If you get tired of walking there is numerous of benches along every trail and lakes
Avon Theatre | Stratford Festival
Avon Theatre | Stratford Festival
4.5
(2)
99 Downie St, Stratford
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S
The downtown area itself has some interesting old buildings, cute shops, good restaurants, and is a nice place to wander around after a performance.
Eramosa Karst Conservation Area
Eramosa Karst Conservation Area
4.5
(2)
Upper Mt Albion Rd, Stoney Creek
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S
Only around an hour’s drive away from Toronto lie the impressive Eramosa Karst caves. This is a great place to fill up a day, as there are numerous nooks and crannies to lose yourself in. To add to the excitement, there are plenty of streams and waterfalls wending their way around the caves and some excellent secluded spots to stop for a picnic. Don’t miss it.
Îles-de-Boucherville National Park
Îles-de-Boucherville National Park
4.5
(2)
55 Île Sainte Marguerite, Boucherville
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G
Great Family friendly place to canoeing, kayaking, cycling and hiking.
Domaine Labranche
Domaine Labranche
4.5
(2)
565 Rang Saint-Simon, Saint-Isidore-de-Laprairie
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G
Visitors can come and explore the gorgeous grounds, which include a farm, vineyard and hiking trails that are right around the corner. As you can expect, there is a thriving culinary offering here and you can indulge in just about everything from fresh farm produce, wines and ingeniously prepared maple dishes.
Zoo de Granby
Zoo de Granby
4.5
(2)
1050 Boulevard David-Bouchard N, Granby
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G
The ideal day trip for both families and travellers, Granby Zoo is in fact the biggest zoo in Quebec, not only because it houses so many animals of so many different species, but because of the physical size of its conservation area, meaning all the animals have ample space.
Sucrerie de la Montagne
Sucrerie de la Montagne
4.5
(2)
300 Chemin Saint-Georges, Rigaud
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G
The Quebec Heritage site is surrounded by a vast maple forest in the beautiful Mont Rigaud and visitors will have the chance to gain a fascinating insight into what life was like for the people who lived and worked here while producing maple products. Between a restaurant and general store, there’s more than enough to keep you entertained for the day, though if you want to stay in the picturesque forest for longer, there is accommodation available.
Parc Linéaire Le P'tit Train du Nord
Parc Linéaire Le P'tit Train du Nord
4.5
(2)
P'tit Train du N, Québec
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G
The 200km trail can be undertaken as one long trip or you can cover sections of it and stop off at a number of charming little towns on the way that grew from the old train stations. At a mere 30 minutes from Montreal it’s the perfect place to do some do-it-yourself exploring while getting back to nature.
Cap-Saint-Jacques Nature Park
Cap-Saint-Jacques Nature Park
4.5
(2)
20099 Boul Gouin O, Pierrefonds
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G
A relatively small slice of alpine paradise tucked away behind West Island’s housing developments and therefore having the feel of hidden gem. Cap-Saint-Jacques Nature Park features the largest beach nearby to Montreal and visitors have endless choices when it comes to what activities to do there. From windsurfing to beach volleyball to kayaking, it’s impossible to get bored here and the scenery is pretty enough to simply sit back and take it all in.
Laurentian Mountains
Laurentian Mountains
4.5
(2)
Laurentian Mountains, Lac-Jacques-Cartier
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G
Explore on your own or embark on a tour that’ll take you on a meandering route through the forests and mountains, even to Lac Des Sables where you can take a cruise and soak in the incredible views from the water.
Canadian Railway Museum
Canadian Railway Museum
4.5
(2)
110 Rue St Pierre, Saint-Constant
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G
A mere 20 minutes away from downtown Montreal, this intriguing insight into the pioneering railroad industry is the perfect place to start a day out – it’s so close that you can spend an hour or two here and move on to a different day trip.
Au Diable Vert
Au Diable Vert
4.5
(2)
169 Chemin Staines, Sutton
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G
Canopy cycling takes visitors above the tree line on hanging, open air cable cars that are powered by your pedal-pushing-power. With no traffic in sight or earshot, prepare to be amazed by the breathtaking panoramas of the Green Mountains and the Missisquoi River Valley as you pedal your way across the sky.
Croisières AML Rivière-du-Loup Billetterie
Croisières AML Rivière-du-Loup Billetterie
4.5
(2)
200 Rue Hayward, Rivière-du-Loup
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G
A full-day commitment for wildlife lovers – this day trip clocks in at around 10 hours in total including travel to the idyllic Rivière-du-Loup. If you have the time however, its an incredibly worthwhile experience that you’re not likely to ever forget. After being picked up from a central Montreal location, you’ll be whisked away on a 3 hour guided cruise that’ll take you to within almost touching distance of the huge, majestic beasts, allowing for some truly heart-stopping photography moments
Eastern Townships
Eastern Townships
4.5
(2)
Eastern Townships, QC
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G
A popular escape for city dwellers to get back to nature whilst not having to rough it, the Eastern Townships are about two hours away from Montreal and offer a vast range of lakeside destinations that are particularly beautiful in the summer, where you can visit for the day or rent one of the many cottages peppering the region. Throughout the year you can also enjoy festivals, wine-tasting fairs and all manner of outdoor activities whilst enjoying the Township’s lake district-esque charm.
Sundre
Sundre
4.5
(2)
Sundre, AB
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S
Visit Sundre Pioneer Museum to view Chester Mjolsness World of Wildlife, an amazing trophy collection of animals from around the globe, then go white water rafting at the Upper Red Deer River, a class 3 river which offers adventure with a wide variety of white water rapids that will constantly challenge and thrill.
Dickson
Dickson
4.5
(2)
Dickson, AB T0M 1V0
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S
The Dickson Store Museum, a 1930’s style General Store and The Danish Canadian Museum, that features 7 acres of Danish gardens with an Island Castle & Drawbridge and a small Danish Church in its grounds.
Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park
Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park
4.5
(2)
Alberta 1, Box 1639
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S
Located on Siksika First Nation, Blackfoot Crossing Historical Park was a traditional wintering ground, gathering place, a shallow path across Bow River and the site of signing of Treaty 7. Though you can tour the museum and the extensive grounds on your own, the best way to experience it is to go on a guided tour with a local Siksika guide, who will escort you through the 62,000 square feet museum and then go on a self guided tour of the grounds.
Aspen Crossing
Aspen Crossing
4.5
(2)
AB-24, Mossleigh
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S
Aspen Crossing is a train-tastic destination located just 45 minutes SE of Calgary. Explore the stunning prairie scenery that awaits you through of 3+ hours of Train excursion along some of southern Alberta’s diverse and historic landscapes. A combination of elements from the historic dining car, replica train station gift shop, big rig friendly campsite, glam-ping caboose cabins and a full-size train offering 12 excursions including Date Night Trips.
Fort MacLeod
Fort MacLeod
4.5
(2)
Fort MacLeod, AB
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S
Drive to Fort Museum in Fort Mcleod, to enjoy the NWMP Musical Ride, to learn about First Nations history and about how the arrival of North West Mounted Police, formed to protect Canadian sovereignty in the West put an end to the illicit trade in the Blackfoot, Blood, and Peigan Indian territory and established a town.
Canmore
Canmore
4.5
(2)
Canmore, AB
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S
The gateway to Banff National Park, Canmore provides its own share of attractions and activities. Highlights include: Grassi Lakes Hike, Ha Ling Peak Hike, Canmore Nordic Centre, Canmore Museum and Geo Science Centre, and Raft tours on Bow Rivers.